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  • Jennifer Henson

    Kids' science project: Shake it up and watch it separate again

  • Stacie Wolf

    rainy day science project: teaching density. shake it up and watch it separate again. Could be a sensory bottle.

  • Sonya Bedelia

    Science of layers, liquid density experiment.

  • Mandy Busby

    rainy day science project: teaching density. shake it up and watch it separate again. Great science fair project @Lisa Taylor Adner. Or, a wonderful home-school science project @Cassie Cufr

  • Kristy Johnson

    Kids science experiment? Teaching density! Shake it up and watch it separate again!

  • Amy Blakeman Segrest

    Teaching density! Shake it up and watch it separate again! Great science fair project. I may be using this for a science lesson!

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